Lucy Dalzell


Lucy Dalzell reimagines London’s eclectic architecture into utopian cityscapes.

Dalzell captures the regeneration and evolution of the city with her depictions of transitional spaces, vacant buildings and iconic landmarks.

Rejecting the confines of scale, breathing life into the everyday objects – Dalzell creates an idyllic image of a city in constant flux.

Lucy Dalzell is listening to:

‘Right this minute? I’m listening to Veckatimest by Grizzly Bear. I’ve also been listening to Steve Reich and Cinematic Orchestra quite a bit recently.’

Lucy Dalzell is influenced by:

L.S Lowry, David Hockney and Eugene Atget. I am also always inspired by Sylvain Chomet’s work.

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-Helen D. Cogswell

Newham, London
Carlton Chimney, Hackney Wick
Royal Albert Hall
Store Space Hackney Wick
London Festival of Architecture, 2013
Garages, Hackney Wick
Cubits of Kings Cross

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Lucy Dalzell Illustrations